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Break out the sunscreen. Temperatures are expected to reach highs of to degrees Fahrenheit in the high deserts of Apple Valley, Hesperia and Victorville, while Palm Springs could see highs reaching degrees, Maxwell said. Very hot weather will develop for inland areas through Friday, especially in the deserts. Be sure to drink plenty of fluids, and avoid working outside during the hottest times of day. Still, temperatures are expected to be about 10 degrees higher than average, he said, before cooling over the weekend. Notable SoCal weather history for June 21st.
Parents and caretakers should remember never to leave children or pets in cars without the air conditioner running, he warned. None of those deaths was in California. Low winds will reduce the risk of fire that comes with the combination of heat and dryness, Maxwell said. Reach Sonali Kohli at Sonali. Kohli latimes. Sonali Kohli is a former Los Angeles Times reporter. She worked as a metro reporter for the Orange County Register and as a reporter covering education and diversity for Quartz before ing The Times in The best breakfast burritos in Los Angeles.
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